[SHR-ustable] gprs is also unstable

Al Johnson openmoko at mazikeen.demon.co.uk
Wed Mar 4 15:21:49 CET 2009

If you suffer from #1024 and haven't disabled deep sleep you will probably 
drop the connection on every reregistration. It may cause longer lasting 
problems with some networks too - after reregistration I couldn't get another 
connection for some time with O2 (UK) but didn't have problems with T-Mobile 
(UK). This is anecdotal rather than definitive as #1024 is intermittent, so I 
couldn't check the problem was repeatable.

There was a problem reported with ppp being unable to resume due to the 
dynamic nature of the multiplexed port too, but that may have been fixed by 

On Tuesday 03 March 2009, Leonti Bielski wrote:
> Yes, I do :(
> I think this is because not in every place gprs is available all the time.
> When connection is lost it does not recover.
> I think it is more of FSo problem than SHR.
> Leonti
> On Tue, Feb 24, 2009 at 9:39 PM, ivvmm <unachievable at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hello community,
> >
> > unstableness of SHR(which name claims stability) follows with instablity
> > of GPRS connection. Several minutes and it is over, you have to restart
> > it manually.
> >
> > Does anyone else experience this?

More information about the community mailing list